Daily News Update
Contaminated soil made construction workers sick. Fort Worth's river runs alongside it.

Contractor Michael Evangelista-Ysasaga worked on a Trinity River Vision project, only to find out his workers were exposed to contaminated soil at the north Fort Worth site. Today, he's still owed millions of dollars for his work.
Why state officials may (finally) be ready to expand I-35W from Fort Worth to Denton
2018 schedule analysis: Are the Cowboys headed toward another 9-7 season?
Amazon's "All or Nothing" shows inside look at Cowboys' approach to national anthem issue
Fort Worth bar ripped on social media for hanging a sign with a racial slur
North Texas students will walk out to protest gun violence — before it's too late
Giraffes, hippos and rhinos have new digs at the Fort Worth Zoo
Trial starts for man accused of shooting wife in head at busy Southlake intersection
Concern grows as police appeal for help to find man who attacked teen walking to school bus
Rangers' Grieve not ready to walk away from broadcast booth


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